Four Gems of Tasawwuf by Shaykh Ahmad ibn ‘Ajiba


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Four Gems of Tasawwuf comprises:

1. A substantial part of Iqadh al-Himam, Shaykh Ibn ‘Ajiba’s commentary on the Hikam of Shaykh Ahmad ibn ‘Ata’allah al-Iskandari, including an introduction to Tasawwuf based on the famous ten introductory principles, as well as as the first twelve aphorisms and their commentaries;

2. His commentary on the Salat of Shaykh ‘Abd as-Salam ibn Mashish in asking for blessings on the Messenger of Allah ;

3. His commentary on the Khamriyya of Shaykh Ibn al-Farid; 

4. And his book on the Divine Decree, in which there is a chapter exploring the issues of contagion and plague from both the perspectives of haqiqa and shari’a.

Shaykh Ahmad ibn ‘Ajiba (died 1224 AH/1809 CE) was a consummate scholar of the deen of Islam, who wrote widely on tafsir and other topics of the shari’a, tariqa and haqiqa. He was himself a Shaykh of the Darqawi Shadhili tariqa.


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